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Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable, Tom Hanks and Brad Pitt. And now Kobe Bryant? At the legendary Graumann’s Chinese Theater, Hollywood’s elite have perched on their hands and feet for almost a century to make timeless hand and foot prints in cement. In an unprecedented move, a non-actor will earn the accolade and get his prints made next month. The L.A. Lakers star will become the first athlete to receive the honor!

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Kobe will become the first athlete to have a hand and foot print ceremony at the legendary theater. As part of the NBA’s All-Star Weekend on Feb. 19 he is expected to join the ranks of more than 200 other famous celebrities (and by that, we mean all non-athletes).

What do you think? Should hand and foot print ceremonies be restricted for entertainers only or should more athletes receive the honor, too?

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